Job Vacancy: Project Officer

Passionate in Water Conservation and Education? You have found the correct NGO! Water Watch Penang is the sole water-based NGO registered under the The Registry of Societies Malaysia. As a small NGO, we were founded in November 1997 as part of the Sustainable Penang Initiative under the auspices of the Socio-economic & Environmental Research Institute (SERI) of Penang.

Our Vision is To Create a Water Saving Society in Malaysia‘ while 

Our mission is “To educate and transform the public into water savvy and climate resilient society”

WWP is currently looking for a Project Officer to assist in the implementation of water education and water demand management projects based in Penang. 
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Congratulations Dato Anwar Fazal

Heartiest Congratulations to Dato Anwar Fazal for the recognition for his work in civil society. Dato Anwar Fazal is Water Watch Penang’s long time adviser as well as one of the founding members of Water Watch Penang.

Read more about Dato Anwar Fazal’s achievement here;


“Climate change has crucially changed the availability, quantity and quality of global water supply and cycle which includes some of its significant effects such as longer drought period and heavier amount of rainfall”. An estimate of 1.2 billion people worldwide is unable to have access to clean and pure water. They must walk for miles in search of obtaining clean water. Freshwater is an irreplaceable substance which is a precious commodity and must be conserved as much as possible to ensure the abundant supply for everyone on Planet Earth, especially in the upcoming future.

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Macroinvertebrates act as biological indicator – 9th September 2021

Macroinvertebrates are organisms that are large enough to be seen with the naked eye and lack a backbone which is invertebrate. They inhabit all types of running waters, from fast-flowing mountain streams to slow-moving muddy rivers. Examples of aquatic macroinvertebrates include insects in their larval or nymph form, mussels, snails, and worms. They are commonly found attached to submerged rocks, logs, and vegetation. 

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